Hey, remember how boring season two of The Walking Dead was? All those interminable scenes at Herschel’s farm? It turns out the real drama was happening behind the scenes, according to a recently unsealed deposition by original TWD showrunner Frank Darabont, which practically drips with contempt for his former bosses…
The massively troubled follow-up to 2012's Snow White and the Huntsman has been dealt another blow: It's lost Frank Darabont as a director. But at least they've got plans for a new villain that might inject life into this thing once again.
Frank Darabont was instrumental in bringing The Walking Dead comic to television. He helped produce the show, he directed the pilot, and then he was pushed out because the show wasn't very good. Now that TWD is one of the mostly watched and profitable series on TV, Darabont would like his cut. Which he says is very, …
It's common to say that the book is always better than the movie, but sometimes that isn't true. Occasionally, a movie will come along that transforms its source material into something greater than the original. But how often do authors feel that a film adaptation has truly trumped their own work?
Yesterday we premiered the first taste of our amazing exclusive roundtable interview with legendary movie poster artist Drew Struzan, director Frank Darabont, and Being Human's Sam Witwer, with an update on Darabont's Godzilla.
We had the unbelievable pleasure of hosting a conversation between three amazing artists: the legendary movie poster artist Drew Struzan, director Frank Darabont and genre powerhouse actor (currently on Being Human) Sam Witwer. Throughout the week we will be sprinkling tidbits from this amazing round table and…
Color us surprised, Frank "Shawshank" Darabont is penning a new script for the much-delayed Godzilla picture. We've been hearing about Gareth Edwards' Godzilla reboot for months and months, but it sounds as though it's still not quite ready for prime time. The classic Kaiju is kicking up a ton of drama for one…
The Walking Dead is killing off Showrunners faster than Rick Grimes with a hatchet in a Walker nest. On the heels of the announcement that Walking Dead had been picked up for a fourth season comes this shocker: Showrunner Glen Mazzara is out. Mazzara, of course, took over for original showrunner Frank Darabont after…
Wondering how the second half of Walking Dead season two will be different without Frank Darabont at the wheel? Here's one brilliant storyline the ex-show runner had planned, which was straight out of the Twilight Zone. And sadly, it will probably never see the light of day.
Last year, The Walking Dead deviated massively from Robert Kirkman's comic book source material — ending in a giant CG fireball. But will the new season adhere to the original work? Here are a few comic book clues we picked up in the trailers, clips and promo shots! BIG SPOILERS AHEAD.
The showrunner who replaced Frank Darabont on Walking Dead, Glen Mazzara, gave a fairly candid interview with The Hollywood Reporter. In it he promises he's not planning on deviating from Darabont's second season plans. Hooray? Fingers crossed, anyway.
Last weekend, the cast of The Walking Dead took the stage at Dragon*Con and fielded questions from the audience — with one big restriction. Dragon*Con attendees were told eight times not to ask about former showrunner Frank Darabont.
AMC thinks that zombies should be heard and not seen. Read a few of the terrible money-saving ideas AMC reportedly threw at showrunner Frank Darabont, before throwing him out the door. A new report claims there was more to Darabont's precipitous departure than anybody realizes.
We talked to the cast and crew of The Walking Dead, and they told us what to expect for season two, why we won't be seeing any celebrity zombies, and why Frank Darabont doesn't want the show to become Lost.
AMC has released the first clip from the new season of The Walking Dead, and it's a doozy. Watch as Rick Grimes whacks away the last bit of humanity inside of himself — by crushing a few "geeks" with a rock!
The first official image from the second season of Walking Dead is out, showing off some new undead make up tricks. While the zombies look impressively gruesome, we're wondering if the new yellow-eyed look is the first of many changes?
Frank Darabont's Walking Dead TV series veered away from Robert Kirkman's comic book source material, big-time. So will the group of post-apocalyptic survivors get back on track? Kirkman let some details slip about season two that have us very excited.
We all knew this day would come. When something is popular, you have to wring out every single drop of cash from it. So it's no surprise that Walking Dead is rumored to be getting a video game adaptation.
The first season of The Walking Dead is over, but we can't help feeling a bit... disappointed. While we loved the series, it still felt like something was missing. Here are some scenes from the comic we wanted to see.